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NBC
Oct 14, 2012 11:30pm EDT
of a pasadena man who was killed over the weekend. the deadly shooting happened in pasadena over the weekend. sheldon dutes is live at the headquarters. >> police have charged that the deputy teenagers with first- degree murder and other teenagers in connection to the murder. i caught up with one of the surviving victims. he is still confused by what happened. he and his friends are good guys that do not get into trouble. >> i do not believe it. i watched him die. >> he is stunned that he and his best friend were the targets of the shooting early on saturday morning. >> i actually have a lot about nerve damage. i can't feel too much of anything in my hand. of course they were at a house party near pasadena that eventually got broken up by the cops. the two friends and some others made their way back to the house. >> we said we are not partying tonight. >> the truck came back towards them. >> i said to is that? the back window rolled down. we got shot. >> matthew was rushed to the hospital, but later died to of his injuries. his parents declined to talk to us on camera. he had just graduated
NBC
Oct 2, 2012 6:00pm EDT
? >> for the animals taken from a home in pasadena. that story coming up. >> showers and storms on the hd doppler with more rain earlier today. we will see when the wet weather moves out. >> live. local. late breaking. you're watching wbal-tv 11 news at 6 with rod daniels and donna hamilton. tom tasselmyer and 11 sports director jerry sandusky. sky team 11 covering breaking news. news. wbal-tv 11 news [ male announcer ] for the dreamers... and those well grounded. for what's around this corner... and the next. there's cash flow options from pnc. solutions to help businesses like yours accelerate receivables, manage payments, and help ensure access to credit. because we know how important cash flow is to reaching your goals. pnc bank. for the achiever in you. >> 40 animals were taken from animal control in anne arundel county. the owner of the animals has a different story. rob roblin has the details. >> it all started from an anonymous call. >> it started with the seizure of 40 animals including this pig, two turtles, three snakes, birds, dogs, and other animals from this home in pasadena. >> mos
NBC
Oct 14, 2012 6:00pm EDT
>> two men are shot outside a party in pasadena. one died at the hospital. what police know so far about the incident. >> the ravens versus the cowboys turned into america's team versus america's most fortunate team. you will see why straight ahead. >> i am live outside the stadium with the excitement from the fans. details ahead. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] " >> live, local, latebreaking -- this is wbal-tv 11 news at 6:00. >> the ravens got another narrow victory this afternoon over the dallas cowboys 31-29. despite the late surge by the cowboys, the ravens held on to extend to the winning record to 14. we have live coverage. sheldon dutes joins us with the and reaction. we begin with gerry sandusky who has the highlights. >> i did not think i would see anything closer than the marathon yesterday. we saw something this afternoon even crazier. the finish was wildly unpredictable in the 31-29 win for the ravens that sends them off to a 5-1 start the season. this was the action with the ball. he took the ball deep in the end zone and took off running unto
ABC
Oct 30, 2012 4:55am EDT
. >>> there are up to two deaths in our state, a man in pasadena died after a tree fell on his house. >> what happened with this guy? >> reporter: we got off the phone with police about an hour ago, we are live at the arundel county police headquarters in millersville. police say that last night, just before 11:00, a tree fell on this man's house, trapped him and killed him. police found the dead man's body. we are told it happened in the 7700 block of stewet drive in pasadena. police car in front of the house because the man's body is inside the house. we are told they are waiting for a heavy crane to remove the tree. the tree was in the front of the house when it fell in to his kitchen and cut through the roof, literally cut through the house. we could see furniture that was destroyed, insulation that fell from the roof. this man died. we are told the man was in his 70s, an adult son who would stay with him occasionally but his son was not inside the home. police have not been able to positively identify the victim. we are told that once they get the crane in and remove the tree, they will
ABC
Oct 30, 2012 5:00pm EDT
. >> a pasadena man lost his life yesterday when a tree fell on his home. >> brian kuebler spoke to his son. there's no way you can prepare for it. >> reporter: sandy took three lives, one of them in pasadena. the scene almost as tragic as the story. the 7700 block of suit drive has become an attraction, but for the family of 74-year-old donald con aado. >> he lived here. >> the son told us about his father, an jar. as his son boards up, he is haunted by the very last conversation the two had. >> i was standing in the doorway talking to him about it. he said what's the matter, son. he said i'm a little uptight. the trees are swaying. what's your big concern? he said a tree might fall. >> it happened last night. he was the only one in the home at the time. it took rescue crews almost 12 hours to remove the tree and get inside. >> absolutely. nothing else you can say other than it's a freak accident. severe weather. its with a rather large tree. a danger his son feared, now living the grim reality eye guess hindsight is 20/20. >> where do you go from here? >> well, we give them a place to rest and t
ABC
Oct 30, 2012 6:00pm EDT
by looking at the home. it's been devastating for the family. >> reporter: the pasadena man who died in the storm was standing in his kitchen when it happened. a large tree in his fronts yard snapped, crashing into the house killing 74-year-old donald ulman. we caught up with cannata's son. he said their last conversation will haunt him for some time. >> was standing in the doorway. he said what's the matter, son. said i'm a little nervous. the trees are swaying. what's your big concern. that a tree might fall on us pop. that's the last i seen of him. he was killed in the kitchen. >> reporter: two other marylanders died in the storm. one in montgomery county, one in prince george's county. both of those were traffic fatalities, live in pasadena, brian kuebler, abc2 news. >> here it suspicious meteorologist wyatt everhart. havre de grace spared, a lot of us spared. phelps point having to go to higher ground. >> then the flooding question will be out have there. we were spared. we projected that the north, north wind would push the water out of the bay, prevent isabelle style flooding,
FOX
Oct 15, 2012 5:30am EDT
at theii hhme in pasadena when a party oon the street ended.police say four shots were fired.two hit darren... aad two hit matthew. now... but atthew died in the street. daaren costa: 5.55 2-shot ttought we were somebody else." &p"nnver thouuht somebody would take him from us in ssch a &pviolent and horrible way." way..police are asking anyyne with inffrmationn.. to give them a call. the families of people killee in the septembee 11the tt watcc pre-trial hearings d - ffr five men charged with planning or assisting n the attack.thh hearings begin today in guantanamo bay. relatives and attack surivivors can who register ii pdvanne can watch on clossd states, icludinggmaryland. repuulicaa enator lindsey graham is sseaking outt bout the white house's response to the attack onna u-s consulate in benghazi... calling itta "politically-motivateddcover- up."graham accuses tte white house of covering up what it knew about the september 1th attackk that killed four ameeicans.u-s officials first blamed a spontaneous demonstration ovvr an anti- exploiting the incident...to boost mitt romn
NBC
Oct 3, 2012 6:00am EDT
arundel caton. another one in pasadena on eastbound 100. west side. the lassoe here's a quick, live look at traffic. will update you in the area of 95 at the fort mchenry. it is building coming into the tunnel. some delays at the toll plaza. this is 50 at sandy point. problem free to and from the bay bridge. watch for the accident eastbound. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> thank you perry the fog is the big story to start the day appeared -- thank you. we will make it into the upper 70's and low 80's this afternoon. a slight chance for a rain shower. think of it as a summer like day. we will check the seven-day forecast coming up in just a few minutes. here is keith mills, the man. >> thank you. good morning. one gmae last -- one game left in the regular season. 1-0, the orioles shut out tampa bay last night. if a win tonight -- if they win tonight and the yankees lose, there'll be 81 game playoff. miguel gonzalez was brilliant. chris davis, sixth home run in six games. you know you hit it hard when you're running as an outfielder. he ties reggie jackson. six home runs in six
ABC
Oct 19, 2012 4:55am EDT
catching a predator. >> he says he wanted to help the animals. police say he was hurting them. the pasadena man with dozens of animals alive and dead in his home now facing charges. >> and could the ravens defense fizzle once again. reports indicate all prolinacker terrell suggs could be suiting up for this weekend's game. we will tell you about that on this friday october 19th i am charley crowson. >> i am megan pringle. happy friday. let's find out if the forecast will be happy. let's go over to meteorologist lynette charles. >> the forecast going to be happy especially as we go through the weekend. today, we have showers this morning. but it's friday. so we could take it and the showers are beginning to taper off. so maryland's most powerful radar dealing with wet weather across cecil county. we can see it around rising 95 this stretch right here. chesapeake city getting in on wet weather. havre de grace aberdeen. we do have some heavier rain and moderate rain now heavy downpour around severna park and arnold and pasadena lake shore across the area this morning. now, temperatures, we are
LINKTV
Oct 15, 2012 7:30pm PDT
nearby here in pasadena. i can go there anytime i want to. and they're very open to the public. i've watched the flybys of planets when the pixels come in, and the photos of space and places that no one's ever seen before. stellar winds, solar flares -- there are all kinds of possibilities that enter my art. [ beeping and whirring ] i always have five or six works in progress at the same time. when i stop something, it's because i haven't decided where to take it. i love the night. in the night, everything can be as relevant as you want it to be or as distant. it's quiet. there aren't a lot of sights, you know, flashing by you. horns aren't going. the telephone isn't ringing. and you can give a lot of concentration on what you want. you can be as free or as foolish as you wish to be. so i find that i can both concentrate and also be risky because i'm alone. i'm in new york for a month of hard work with judith. i prepared as much as i could, but now my intuition has to take over. solodkin: there's always a surprise. she may walk down the street in new york and see something that ca
NBC
Oct 30, 2012 6:00pm EDT
was a tree that fell on a house in pasadena, killing an individual. >> lead -- floodwaters, down trees and power lines blocked roads and a main its crew is working to keep 14 feet of water in this wetlands area from harming the street and nearby homes. >> we will be pumping water, relieving the pressure of of this hillside. there are tubes under their that run under the road. basically relieving the pressure. >> along with the kayakers you see here, we have also seen people walking through the water. the mayor says he is looking forward to high tide, because once that is over, he expects the water to recede. barry simms, wbal-tv 11 news. >> sandy socked maryland with more than just rain and wind gusts. western maryland is continuing to dig out from 2 feet of snow. whisper resort and snowshoe mountain both reported a 60 mile per hour wind gusts and the snow caused a pileup of for tractor-trailer's yesterday. sandy destroyed countless trees back in baltimore like this one. >> while the worst of sandy is behind us, hopefully, state officials are still surveying the damage and working with
ABC
Oct 14, 2012 11:00pm EDT
>> so many people are doing this. all to be cool. >> the appearance of a pasadena man who was shot and killed was honored with a vigil tonight. >> beautiful right now, but things are going to change. >> to make you think the letter is xing from the government, but it isn't. how to stop the latest scam. >> police have made to arrest following the death of matthew morrow. cheryl is live from a vigil to honor him. >> reporter: several hundred people surrounded his family who called the crime senseless. two people have been arrest and the death of matthew morrow has changed so many lives. his truck has someone else in the driver seat. >> this is so senseless that something like this would happen. >> reporter: morrow was buff and he spent two hours a day working out training to be a fighter. but the shooting outside robert costa's home stopped that all. the shots happened outside around 1:30 saturday morning. darren was standing with this best friend, he was shot. >> it was bull crap, he was killed because of a mistaken identity. >> reporter: police arrested two men. charged with murder
ABC
Oct 17, 2012 5:00pm EDT
police used a helicopter and dogs but couldn't find anything. in pasadena, don harrison. >>> we're also following a developing story out of demplet -- denver. people are found dead in a bar. police are convinced they were dead before the fire started. >> reporter: police say the crime occurred before the fire started at fero's bar and grill. they found five bodies, four women and one man. it was obvious the victims did not die from the flames early wednesday morning. >> arson, i'm guessing to mask the homicide. >> reporter: detectives said there's clear evidence all five were murdered. >> there's trauma to the bodies. >> reporter: why they aren't elaborating on what that trauma; detectives are narrowing down a timeline. firefighters responded about 1:50. young fero is one of the owners. he says police have not asked him to identify the bodies. right now is detectives are pulling evidence and set offing through ashes. >> it will be a long drawnout investigation at this point. >> reporter: autopsies are expected to be done on the five -- done on the five victims and police are searching f
FOX
Oct 30, 2012 10:00pm EDT
produccd recorded wind gusss between 65 and 70 miles per hour monday in pasadena.christina marie balllrd, neighbor: "they (the windd) were so loud. that's the only way you wouldn't have been able to hear."mark lugenbeel: "this is tto home sttod no chance.as ive daylight rokk,,traffic stops to survey.christina marie balllrd, neighbor: ""ican't pelieve this..."he was in his kitchen when the tree crushedd so nicee he lived alone." áámark lugenbeel::it's a pragedy. it's errible." lugenbeel: "you never believe - it woull happen to someene you know."in pasadena, mmry mueller, friend:"we wwre shocced. we were just absoouuely shocked."paul gessler,christina marre ballard,,neighbor: yeah, it &pcould've happened to us ii th &ptree fell the other way."fox4 news at ten cannata's... a... retired... construction engineer...///.his... ddg survived .... and... is... now... in the care... of his son, .../ donnie, junior. a generator is being bbamed for sendiig three people to theehospitallwith carbon poisoningg it happened here on prevard street in north laurell fireffghters found thee geeerator in
NBC
Oct 3, 2012 5:00am EDT
snakes and a pig confiscated from a pasadena home. >> it will feel like summer for the next couple of days. the next couple of days. >> you're watching wbal-tv 11. live, local, late-breaking. this is 11 news today at 5:00 a.m. >> good morning, everybody. welcome back to 11 news today. i'm stan stovall. >> and i'm mindy basara. thanks for joining us for 11 news today. it is a murky morning. >> it is thick in some areas. keep in mind you could run into one of those areas where the visibility is down to a quarter of a mile. most of the grain is moving east of baltimore. you could see some showers on the eastern shore. nothing around baltimore. a mixture of sun and clouds. it will be a warm and humid. high temperature near 81 degrees. it will stay in the 70's in the northern suburbs. the average high is now 71. >> you had a fog bank and the visibility goes down. >> leave early. that is our best advice. take it slow. one problem along harford road. it is closed near 152 because of a downed tree. 64 on southbound 83. 50 and southbound 95 towards the toll plaza. moving well at the harbor
KBCW
Oct 16, 2012 10:00pm PDT
bring the snack to school, principals in the pasadena unified school district can confiscate them. it doesn't decide which snacks are available on school campuses and does not sell snack products directly to schools. >> straight ahead, the night before the series resumes, we'll tee it up for you. and yeah, go giants. in st. louis, marcus and the boys. i don't spend money on gasoline. i am probably going to the gas station about once a month. last time i was at a gas station was about...i would say... two months ago. i very rarely put gas in my chevy volt. i go to the gas station such a small amount that i forget how to put gas in my car. [ male announcer ] and it's not just these owners giving the volt high praise. volt received the j.d. power and associates appeal award two years in a row. ♪ >>> nlcs giants, cardinals. the sliding incident continues to be the headliner. let's bring on the minute. >> i don't think it is right for me. trying to play really heart, and slip a little late. today feels much better. going to be there tomorrow. >> he worked out with the team practice
SFGTV2
Oct 26, 2012 1:30am PDT
in pasadena which means he would be inturned. things start to happen without you looking at it from the beginning when writing a story but as you develop the characters and the year and the situation and the stories a father would tell a daughter. all this came out the camps, what happened. what he hoped for. what he wished for. all the stories he tells the daughters. some of them would have to cover that interment time and a lot is what happened from my research. all that went in the book. does that answer your question? it's not that i purposely said, now i will advocate this. but if a story line covers a certain aspect of history that you tell it to the greatest truth you can. you know, you talk about the situation and if you inhabit the characters, hopefully, in the right way you try to feel hathey would feel. >> thank you. >> we started reading your book in my classroom a couple of weeks ago. >> he's lifting the book up. they are disapointed because we haven't gotten to the part you read yet, it's okay the story is not spoiled. i want to thank bobby and alex for coming on a
FOX
Oct 30, 2012 11:00pm EDT
... in... pasadena...///.the... victim... is... retirrd engineer... don caanata...// 80- foot tall tree... this morning... at hhs home... on... uit... rrvee.. &p park...///.... friends... &psay... he was ...all about mark lugenbeel, frrend: ""ou never believv it would happen marie ballard, neighbor:"yeah, it could've happened to us if the tree fell the other way." maryymueller, neighbor:"we were shocked. we were just absolltely shocked. we just felt bad, because we knew, too, the man was allne." alone."cannata... lived alone... pith... his dog,...// who's... nnw... with hissson...//. fallen trees also causee seriouu damage to one neighborhood in northeass balti. baltimore.this massive tree wws uprooted during the storm... and came rashing down on yorkwood road... it llnded n the hood of one car... and caused damagg tt at peast two others.residentsssay thhirrfeelinn lucky it wasn't worse. "thank god it didnt all on my houue, i believv in the lord and i prayed that the tree didnt go the other waa and residents say dessite the g dow power and no ooe was injured. some... vac
FOX
Oct 15, 2012 5:00pm EDT
at their home in pasadena when a paaty down the street ended..olice say four shhts werr fiied.two hit daaren... nd two hit matthhw. darrennis out of the hospital now... buu matttew died in te street. thought we were sommbody else." would take him from us innsuch a violent and horrible wayy" way."police are asking anyooe them a all. an outpouring of community support tonight for a family that suffered a fire group... of... towing companies... from ... around ...theearea....? . moved.... y... what pappened,.../ are... gathering... tonight... for... a... vigil.. and... . funnraiser...///. keith daniell,.../ live... in... northeast baltimore ... where... supporters... are with... the victims''family../ keith. jeff..... we're live on dennood road...... the fire happened in the home behind me.... and tonighh... people who don't &pgattering here for support..... both emmtionally.. and fnancially. //////// the deadly fire say the victimsswere trappedd hhoe. crews arrivvd tt from the two-story house. tonight, workers at knockout towing and road
NBC
Oct 19, 2012 6:00pm EDT
. animal control officers retrieved a number of dogs, cats, and exotic pets from the pasadena home of shane taylor. many of the animals were without adequate food and water. some had died. he denies the charges and insists he provided appropriate care. his curly on $10,000 bond. howard county -- he is currently out on to a dozen or bond. michael stephen mckenny faces burglary and videotaping without consent charges. 11 news show the video yesterday. investigators say he used hidden cameras to secretly record two women inside the home. detectives believe he knew the victims and had stolen and copied the key to their condominium. they say he entered it several times beginning in june. authorities are working to notify two other women recorded in a separate incident. they're looking into whether other victims may have been videotaped. he is being held on bond. >> thousands of files outlining decades of abuse revealed some of the alleged cases reportedly took place in maryland. they include locations in baltimore, frederick, and others. the boy scouts' national office released a statement ackno
NBC
Oct 19, 2012 11:00pm EDT
from the pasadena home machine taylor. investigators say that they were without adequate food and water and many of them died. taylor says he provided adequate care for the animals. he is currently on $10,000 bond. police arrested this man in the bizarre peeping tom case. michael mckinney faces visual surveillance and the a taken without consent charges. numerous tips led police to the suspect after we showed the video yesterday. investigators say he used hitting cameras to secretly record two women inside their home. detectives believe he knew the victims and had stolen and copied the key to their condo, which they say he entered several times beginning in late june. authorities are now working to notify two other women were also recorded in a separate incident. they're also looking at other victims who may have been videotaped. mckinny is being held on $100,000 bond. one year after the death of a 21-year-old man, a reward to find his killers. ernest gale was found dead last october. today, authorities released surveillance videos of three suspects. the victim's mother hold that it wil
NBC
Oct 30, 2012 5:00am EDT
is being blamed for two deaths in maryland. a tree fell into a house in pasadena. a man was pronounced dead at the scene. >> we have complete team coverage. let's get a look at what is in store for us from tony pann. >> good morning. things are settling down. you can see it on the radar. there is the circulation around hagerstown. the wind may still be gusting. but i think the big story will be the temperatures. 43 right now at the airport. the wind chills are in the 30's. rain is likely this morning. as we go through the day, the showers will start to dissipate. there could be a few snowflakes mixed in. that is the big thing for me today. it feels like a winter day. >> one area we have been tracking has been ocean city. >> ava marie braved the elements all day yesterday. a big difference today. >> what a difference. the wind is not as strong. we could get some gusts up to 60 miles per hour. there was a little bit of debris and damage in ocean city. this is a piece of roofing. notices a large piece of roofing. that was the bigger concern yesterday. nobody was injured with that. you'll still
ABC
Oct 2, 2012 6:00pm EDT
believe there could be victims from other cases. dectives want to hear from you right away. >>> a pasadena man said he was trying to rescue exotic pets but anne arundel animal control said shane taylor let things get way out of hand so they took dozens of animals out of his home. >> reporter: kelly, anne arundel county, animal control removed 40 exotic animals. they ranged from parrots to clicns to pigs. animal control said the animals were not kept properly and didn't have access to proper food and water but shane said the animals were well cared for and would do nothing to hurt the animals. he said he was running an informal animal rescue and the critters that were ill health were exotic pets that he rescued or were abandoned and trying to nurse them back to health. >> i don't go out looking for animals to take. it's a lot of work. so i don't go out looking for animals. they come to me. if i have the capacity, then i'm more than willing to help out. >> reporter: anne arundel county, an control said they tried to work with that i or and he surrendered 10 animals with the promise he would
ABC
Oct 30, 2012 4:00am EDT
it happened. it was this 7700 block of suet drive in pasadena, that is off of small wood road. we're told a tree in this man's front yard fell on the left side of his house. you can see it literally splitterred the trunk of this tree. it is a huge tree. it landed on top of this roof. literally cut through this home into this kitchen. we're told that this man was in his kitchen. we're not sure if he was cooking at the time. no one else was home. the man lived in the home with his adult son, but he was not home at the time. the man's body is still inside of the home pinned under the tree. the tree is so huge. they will have to bring in a heavy crane to remove the tree and then the man's body will be taken to the medical examiner's office. they cannot make a positive identification on this man's body until they remove that tree. again they are waiting to bring in the heavy crane to do so. once they do positively id him, they will notify the family. his body will be taken to the medical examiner's office. again, huge tree overnight, strong winds and rain fell on top of this man's house. cut t
ABC
Oct 30, 2012 4:30am EDT
block of stewart drive in pasadena. it's off of fort smallwood road. if you are familiar with the area, there are a lot of older homes with older trees, mature trees and there was a tree in the man's front yard that fell. it literally snapped the trunk and landed on the roof of the home on the left sides cut through the home, the tree is so big, the man happened to be inside of his house in the kitchen. police aren't sure if he was cooking. no one else was home. the tree fell on top of him and killed him. police found the man pinned, trapped under the tree. his body is in the house. police are waiting to bring in a heavy crane to remove the tree. they will not be able to positively identify the victim. we are told that the victim had an adult son who stayed with the man at his home but his son was not home at the time. police attributing this to the heavy winds and rain from hurricane sandy. unfortunate what happened here, the man just in his home in his kitchen when the tree fell and killed him. they are waiting for a heavy crane to remove the body. linda so, abc2 news. >> we will ch
ABC
Oct 30, 2012 5:30am EDT
before 11:00, overnight, in the 7700 block in pasadena. it's in the fort smallwood area. police got a call of a tree that fell in the front. it cut through the roof. you can see the tree, it had split the home on the left hand side, and unfortunately landed on the victim. he was 70-year-old man, who was killed, he was in the kitchen, police aren't sure if he was cooking at the time. when the tree fell, it pinned him. he was trapped and he was found dead when officers arrived. they are waiting for the heavy crane so they can remove the tree and make a positive identification on this man. that's when family members will be notified, we are told the man in his 70s, lived in the home alone, but he had an adult son who would stay with him. once the tree is removed the body will be taken to the medical examiner's office. >>> the hms bounty sank killing a crew member. the search continues for the captain. this is video of the 14 crew members pulled to safety off of the coast of north carolina that ship was about 160 miles from the eye of the hurricane when it started taking on water. >> i
ABC
Oct 30, 2012 6:00am EDT
in pasadena, near fort smallwood road. this are mature older trees in the area. before 11:00 last night, when the winds were blowing, the rain was coming down hard, a tree snapped, fell on the man's house, cut through left side of his house. you can see it split the trunk and fell on the man who was in his kitchen. police aren't sure if he was cooking at the time. it killed him, trapped him inside. press are waiting to remove the body. they have to use a heavy crane, they are waiting to bring that in so they can remove the tree because it's so big and take the map's body to the medical examiner's office. he was home alone, he does have an adult son who stays with him. he was not inside the home at the time. once police remove the tree and can get access to the body they will make a positive identification, notify family members, and his body will be taken to the medical examiner's office. linda so, abc2 news. >> another storm related death in our state, authorities say a woman was killed when her car skidded on a wet road, this happened in montgomery county. police have not ruled out other fa
ABC
Oct 30, 2012 6:30am EDT
is blame for two deaths in maryland, one in montgomery, other in poos pasadena. thank you for the time today. i'm sure you hear a story coming and it begs the warning to people to remain safe. >> absolutely. i left the scene of the fatality. it's a mile from compass point golf course, an 80-foot tree snapped and fell on the man while he was in the kitchen. the officers are on the scene. they are awaiting a crane to lift the tree off of the house, 62,700 homes without power in the county, bge restored power to over 11,000 of them. i continue to advise citizens to stay off the highways b we have a numb of road closings, which you mentioned. of course, as the trees are saturated with water, at the roots. there is the possibility of falling over. please be absolutely careful and not get on the roads unless you have to, our emergency sheller in annapolis, annapolis high school, 61, people in it, four dogs, five cats as well. arrest pet friendly facile. people need to help in getting to the facile. the department of aging and disabilities will provide transportation. that's a summary of wher
ABC
Oct 31, 2012 6:00pm EDT
of a home in pasadena where a man was killed earlier this week. this afternoon a contractor, cutting down a tree in annapolis was killed when the tree fell on top of him. his identity has not yet been revealed. >>> the damage in cecil county was widespread, but for the most part it was light compared to what happened in the worst of the state. this is cecilton. he was three steps from the kitchen when the huge oak came clobbering down on his house. the tree cutter said there's 20,000 pounds of the tree trunk. he's hoping some things will be salvaged. >> my hair conditioner and heat -- air conditioner and heater are under there. i won't have a kitchen for quite some time. my laundry room's in there, too other than that, the rest of the house is fine. >> in the 1960s his kitchen was featured in a national magazine. he said he's just waiting on insurance at this point so he can start rebuilding. >>> after the first few hours of heavy winds and rain, people thought most of it was through. sara smith had a friend over. they were planning a trip to the store. >> we had already mean in part of t
ABC
Oct 14, 2012 11:00pm EDT
in pasadena, maryland. police arrested two men, charged with killing one man and wounding another man sitting outside a house early yesterday morning. police are still investigating the shooting and are asking witnesses to come forward. >> three different fires in our area over the last 24 hours. one woman is in the hospital. dozens of others are without their home. the fires happened in maryland and in one case in apartment complex in brentwood is believed a space heater is to blame. jay korff joins us outside the complex. >> they wrapped up boarding up windows at this complex, which was nearly destroyed, and pageant the roof. if not for a couple of good samaritans we could have had a loss of life. >> i heard something go boom. >> sunday morning inside this apartment complex it shattered the lives of residents. >> she lost all her stuff. >> who did not have a lot to start with. >> everybody is struggling, the economy is in crisis, we are struggling american families. it is not fun. >> anthony rushed his girlfriend and children to safety moments after seeing smoke and flame or from a neighbor
NBC
Oct 30, 2012 4:00am EDT
for the death of a man in anne arundel county. the pasadena man died when a tree fell on his house late last night. firefighters say he died on the scene. >>> breaking news out of connecticut. take a look at a fire, a late night fire that destroyed two homes in old sandy brook. this is actually still going on as we speak. firefighters could not get to the scene because the area around that home is flooded. firefighters said they tried to check to see if anyone is inside that home using a fire truck, but they had to stop because the flooding caused electrical problems. the area is under evacuation orders. >>> firefighters battling a massive fire involving 15 homes in queens, new york. the fire broke out last night at 11:00. firefighters say the homes are in a flood zone area. 170 firefighters are on the scene. two people suffered minor injuries. no word on the cause of that fire. >>> right now a large part of lower manhattan waiting for water to recede in a big way. this is fdr drive. you see floodwaters that actually caused an explosion at the con edison substation, the power company there,
CBS
Oct 30, 2012 6:00pm EDT
in maryland was killed when a tree fell on his house last night in pasadena. sadly this is the sort of hazard we often show you in these sorts of weather situations and sadly our own bruce leshan is learning how to handle things when that tree crashes into your home. >> reporter: i've covered a lot of tragedies as a reporter, a lot of trees down on peoples' homes but this time it literally came home. literally happened to me. you can see the guys up there working trying to put a tarp on my bedroom right now. with this huge tulip poplar on top of my house. so this is my bedroom. and you can see the tree right here. came right through the attic and collapsed the tresses right through the ceiling. and this is my bed and my wife was actually lying in bed just a half an hour earlier watching tv. luckily she had gotten up and gone down into the basement to two down to sleep. my son was right down below this, my son noah was down here in the family room when it hit. and what did it sound like? >> well, it sounded like a -- almost like a deep rumbling sounds almost like an earthquake was coming and e
CBS
Oct 30, 2012 11:00pm EDT
in pasadena. he was the only local man to die in that sort of accident this time around. but he was far from the onlycasualty. tonight our own bruce leshan was courageous enough to let a camera roll when a falling tree hit unexpectedly close to home. >> reporter: i covered a lot of tragedies as a reporter. i've covered a lot of trees down on people's homes, but this time it literally came home, literally happened to me. you can see the guys up there working, trying to put a tarp on my bedroom right now with this huge tulip poplar on top of my house. so this is my bedroom, and you can see the tree right here came right through the attic, collapsed the trusses right through the ceiling. and this is my bed. and my wife was actually lying in bed just a half an hour earlier, watching tv. luckily, she had gotten up and gone down into the basement to go to sleep with my daughter down in the basement. my son was right down below this. my son, noah, was down here in the family room when it hit. >> and what did it sound like? >> it sounded like, almost like a deep rumbling sound, almost like an earthq
CSPAN
Oct 8, 2012 11:00pm EDT
in pasadena for almost two weeks. the teams had twin facilities on different floors of a given building at j.p. -- jpl and they lived and worked according to the time zone of the rover. because the martian day is longer than earth, that means they reported for work about 40 minutes later each day. if you were at the gate of jpl and would see people coming 40 minutes later than the day before. the main science meeting room is dark and so they can orient to what they call mars local time to read each chain had about 75 scientists and student researchers organized into what were called science femur groups and geochemistry soymeal and rocks, geometry and atmosphere. they were arranged at their tables and gave presentations interpreting what they were learning and what they would like to do tomorrow on mars. the long term planning group setting off to one side reviewed the mission objectives measures of how far they had traveled. the number of images the had taken and how the instruments had been used and how the goals affected the plan tomorrow. in the words of steve's collier's the principal i
FOX
Oct 4, 2012 6:00am EDT
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CSPAN
Oct 14, 2012 8:00pm EDT
? >> guest: i don't play anymore, and i have not since i graduated from pasadena city college because i never owned my own sax, and when i went to uc to study, they didn't have marching band so i didn't have anything to join, and then i discovered other things. you know, i got into dance, got into videos, got into, like, all of the other things that i was doing, and i missed the sax and missed playing. a teacher pulled me aside saying, reyna, it's good you are creative and love to explore and learn new things, but you have to choose one thing to focus on because otherwise you'll be a jack of all trades, and i went home that day, and i thought what is it that i can't live without? that's when i decided writing was the one thing i couldn't live without. i gave up everything else, and i just focused on my writing. >> host: well, you are an award winning novelist, "across hundred mountains" won an award in 2007, "dancing with butterflies" won an award in 2010, and this was the first nonfiction, this memoir. this is very personal. >> guest: it is extremely personal, yes. that's the only way i know
Univision
Oct 11, 2012 5:00pm PDT
a reportarse sobre detroit >>el resto un panorama tranquilo, en los Ángeles, pasadena, sureste no se descarta inundaciones. >>mientras tanto actividad de precipitación abandonan el sureste, vamos a experimentar condiciónes agradables, fuerte nubosidad en el medio atlantico. >>lluvia helada pues temperaturas estan bastante frias, ya esta presenta patty la tormenta tropical >>el frío llego para quedarse. >>antes sde finalizar las condiciónes del tiempo, accidentes empañaron una colorida exhibicion en nuevo méxico, algunos tuvieron aterrizajes forzosos y fueron arrastrados hacia el desierto, y en copas de árboles. >>muchas gracias, en otras informaciones confirman que el ganador 7 veces la vuelta a francia realizo diferentes pruebas de dopaje, él ha negado el uso de drogas, pero la evidencia muestra que estuvo violando las pruebas desde 2008. >>que increíble, no todo es mala noticias en el mundo del deporte, al menos por hoy >>mañana sera otro dia, mañana arranca la concacaf, méxico tiene pase, pero buscará la marca perfecta ante guyana, la tecnología buscará salvar al equipo, có
ABC
Oct 12, 2012 5:30pm PDT
. >> reporter: up to two inches of rain fell in less than half an hour near pasadena, california. >> the roof was just making the worst kind of noise, and then the lightning and the thunder and -- i mean, it would not stop. >> reporter: flash flooding shut down roads. multiple waterspouts and funnels were spotted yesterday along the beaches, from san diego to this one in huntington beach this morning. and in las vegas, roads closed and some schools shut down as record rainfall for the day made sin city's august through october the wettest stretch on record. almost five inches of rain in just three months. that's more than they get on average for an entire year. >> and ginger is here now to tell us, what is happening as it moves across, through the east? >> reporter: well, tonight, in the last couple of hours, we've already seen new mexico have some isolated hail reports coming out. what's going to happen is, the warm front and the cold front are going to move north and east. tonight, dodge city, all the way down into parts of western texas are in the zone that needs to be concerned. but tomor
NBC
Oct 2, 2012 5:00pm EDT
the house in pasadena by animal control. they seized the animals because they were not being cared for properly. "the man who runs the animals had a different story to tell. they say most were rescued and they were well cared for. but rob roblin has the story. >> they came back last weekend they seized for the animals. these are just some of the animals taken by anne arundel county, a pig, three snakes, the birds come dogs, chickens, and goats. animal control says there are not taken care of. >> those that did have access to fresh fruit and water had very little. those who did not, it was not palatable to drink from. >> most of the animals were rescued. >> was neglecting them? no. was it too much for me? absolutely. i was nonstop taking care of these animals and my neighbors would tell you in a heartbeat they see me all day long taken care of these animals. >> they were never a problem. >> did he take care of them? >> yes, he did. he took very good care of them. there were always fed. have a large property to rome on. it's not like they were on an 87 maker. >> charges are pending,
NBC
Oct 9, 2012 5:00am EDT
degrees south of the city in pasadena. age of the day. temperatures stay at least 10 to 15 degrees below normal. the fog and a little bit of showers this morning. through 8 am then clearing out with that and to the afternoon. clouds -- skies will stay mostly cloudy. around 60 degrees for 7 pennsylvania. showers him along the east ensure a little later today. the mouth and get the sunshine. highs in the mid fall -- the mountain get the sunshine. high in the mid 50's. as they put the futurecast that the motion, what we will say is the flood basically fall apart as a miss a baltimore into wednesday evening. good news from new york city. with the orioles will the plan that evening. 74 -- up to 70 samarra. sunny on thursday. high of 62. friday, and others by chance a sprinkles. --another slight chance of speckles progress giant is recalling a bland -- brand agelato. chocolate peanut butter cup has been pulled. the company is involved in the to a national salmonella recall. customers are asked to discard unused portions and bring in their receipts for a full refund. chances are you have not s
NBC
Oct 15, 2012 5:00am EDT
. >> a deadly shooting happened saturday morning in pasadena. the two victims or at a party broken up by police. the one back to a house. that is when a truck pulled up in front of the house. >> the truck pulled up and stopped. i said, who is that? the back window rolled down. we got shot. >> police say matthew was rushed to the hospital but died a short time later. the investigation is still under way. >> police are investigating a weekend shooting as a suicide. tashawna jones was found shot on friday night. she later died from those injuries. a female cabdriver is recovering after a shooting in west baltimore. the victim picked up the suspects early saturday morning and took them to swann drive. that is when one of the suspects shot the driver in the chest. the victim was listed in serious condition. >> it is a great time to be a baltimore sports fan. the o's just an did an amazing season. >> the ravens barely survive the dallas cowboys. a kickoff return by jacoby jones tied an nfl record and gave the ravens a lead. the cowboys would come back. they missed the conversion that would have tied
NBC
Oct 15, 2012 5:00pm EDT
outside a house party in pasadena. the shooting happened on saturday around 1:30 a.m. ronald li mcleod of columbia and daniel alex savage of glen burnie have been charged with first-degree murder and other charges. the second victim was taken to hospital with non life- threatening injuries. >> growing confidence in the economy as americans shopping and spending more. the commerce department said september retail sales showed strong gains for the second month in a row. economists are still urging caution. >> economists say the spending increase is in no way a consumer revival. the numbers are up, but still lower than they would like. consumers bought more just about everything last month, especially electronics. the commerce department says retailers reported more than four hundred billion dollars in sales last month. an overall increase of 1.1% since august. >> the recovery is very much slow and steady. not anything to throw a party over, but certainly good news. >> shoppers are reacting to increased confidence in the economy. >> the job situation is improving. >> electronics and appli
NBC
Oct 17, 2012 5:00am EDT
in pasadena and up in a cockeysville. a mixture of sun and clouds. the temperatures will make it into the upper 60's this afternoon. it will turn out to be a pleasant afternoon. we'll come back and check the forecast going into the weekend. >> new england residents got a bit of a shock after an earthquake hits southern maine. the epicenter was near -- people felt the earthquake all across new england. no reports of any injuries. it wasn't an earthquake in wisconsin, it was cranberries. more than 50,000 pounds of cranberries spilled onto the interstate closing down one lane for about a mile. a trailer split in half. nobody was hurt. >> this is week seven of the nfl season. the leak will announce the halftime show later today. -- the league will announce the halftime show later today. beyonce is wearing my black with the dates of the super bowl -- black.ing my beye >> 5:11. 43 degrees at the airport. with busy schedules, remember -- -- take it.n't new app that can help put your mind at ease. >> that is what i was going to say. >> we will update you on any >> we will update you o
NBC
Oct 19, 2012 6:00am EDT
to check on them. long was found unconscious days later in a motel room. >> a pasadena man faces more than 100 counts of animal cruelty. a number of animals were carried out from his home. a criminal warrant was served on shane taylor on tuesday. many of the animals were without food and water. he admitted to being overwhelmed for the number of animals he cared for but denied he was mistreating them. a man was accidently shot by his own son. the boy was a firing when a bullet ricocheted off the truhis chest. detectives don't expect to file any charges. >> family members of the man accused of following up the federal reserve bank are speaking out. hallie jackson has the latest details. >> the father of the suspect has called his son a gentleman a. after-- police say he settled on his target, the federal reserve bank because it would kill the most people. after his arrest, his family is speaking out. his father could not believe his son is accused of planning a terror attack and said he spent all his savings to send in to america to study, to continue his education. he was at southeast miss
NBC
Oct 24, 2012 5:00am EDT
to get light jacket with the. 57 at the airport. 58 in pasadena. forecast for today -- mr. sunshine and cloud. 20% chance for a rain shower are sprinkled. best chance in the mountains. amount day today with a high of 78 degrees. the average high is 64. >> the governor of massachusetts is asking the license of a pharmacy that made that tainted steroid that has been linked to the betty -- deadly fungal meningitis outbreak be revoked. what they found unclean conditions. they also say the company was operating in violation of its license by producing drugs on a broad scale instead of filling out specific prescriptions. the cdc reports 308 illnesses in 23 deaths and the the outbreak. >> cancer patients who suffer from dry mouth after treatment would benefit from acupuncture. dry mouth affects quality of life and it of yours -- and interferes with chewing, taste and even speaking. there were no physical changes in celebre production but the acupuncture group was twice as likely -- to see their symptoms were improved. >> very interesting. it is 7 degrees at the airport. one of the tense va
NBC
Oct 30, 2012 6:00am EDT
through the home of a man in pasadena. that man was found under debris. he was pronounced dead at the scene. there was a traffic accident in montgomery county. hundreds of thousands are waking up without power this morning. most of the outages are in anne arundel county, where 54,000 customers without power. so for khrushchev restored power to more than 7000 customers -- so for crews have restored power to more than 70,000 customers. >> we began our live team coverage on the eastern shore with ava marie. this time yesterday you were being battered by the wind and rain. >> things are looking much better. we have a lot of electricity or running across the area. no major power outages. correct me if i'm wrong. so four things are going pretty good. a lot of the trees are new. you're not getting those 100- year-old trees that are old. we still have the wind coming in from the south. the wind is starting to come wn.lm do the wind chills are in the 30's. we are bundled up. you should dress warm because it is chilly. we're still getting some rain. it is pretty light in nature. the road
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